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How Can Spooky2 Scalar Help With Trigeminal Neuralgia?

When people get older, they seem to suffer from pain attacks more and more frequently. Muscle pain, joint pain, and injuries gradually become part of their daily life. Some pain may be mild, but others can be intolerable and debilitating. Trigeminal neuralgia is usually the unbearable kind.

The Trigeminal Nerve and Trigeminal Neuralgia

The trigeminal nerve is one set of nerves in the head responsible for transferring sensation from the face to the brain. It runs to both sides of the head, and each separates into three distinct branches, controlling different facial areas.

As its name suggests, trigeminal neuralgia is pain coming from the trigeminal nerve. In other words, most facial pain, such as cheek and jaw pain, could be trigeminal neuralgia. Even daily routines such as brushing your teeth can trigger the pain, which may begin mild and short, but in severe cases, many describe it as the most excruciating pain known to humanity.

Symptoms of Trigeminal Neuralgia

Trigeminal neuralgia symptoms may include one or more of these patterns:
● Shooting or jabbing pain that may feel like an electric shock.
● Pain attacks lasting from a few seconds to several minutes.
● Bouts of multiple attacks lasting days, weeks, months, or longer.
● Pain in the cheek, jaw, teeth, gums, lips, eye, or forehead.
● Pain that occurs with facial spasms.
● Pain affecting one side of the face at a time.
● Attacks become more frequent and intense over time.

Also, people may get anxious all the time from worrying about the pain returning.

Causes of Trigeminal Neuralgia

The exact cause of trigeminal neuralgia remains unknown, but the pain generally occurs when blood vessels compress the nerve at the base of your brain, causing it to malfunction.

In some cases, the pain may also relate to multiple sclerosis, damaging the sheath which protects the nerves or forming a tumor that compresses the trigeminal nerve. In other cases, surgical injuries, stroke, or facial trauma can also trigger trigeminal neuralgia.

Treatment of Trigeminal Neuralgia

People with mild symptoms may not need treatment, but when your pain becomes severe and bothersome, you should seek professional help. The doctor usually prescribes medications to lessen or block the pain signals sent to your brain. Anticonvulsant drugs can effectively relieve trigeminal neuralgia but may also cause side effects, including dizziness, confusion, drowsiness, and nausea.

If medications have proven ineffective, surgery is another option. In general, surgery can relieve pressure on the trigeminal nerve or interrupt the nerve signal from delivering pain.

Spooky2 Scalar for Trigeminal Neuralgia

Spooky2 Scalar can create an energy field that transfers positive energy to your body to relieve nerve pressure and protect your trigeminal nerve. Sleeping between the units will help alleviate pain and prevent future attacks.

You can also use the Rife scalar to target the trigeminal nerve specifically. To do this, follow the instructions below:
1. Correctly Place Spooky2 Scalar devices.
2. Connect Generator X to Spooky2 Scalar and tune Spooky2 Scalar.
3. Open Spooky2 software. Go to Presets tab and click Shell (Empty) Presets\Scalar, and then select Spooky Scalar General (SS)-JW. In the Programs tab, search “neuralgia” and you will find many programs for neuralgia. You can select the ones for facial and trigeminal neuralgia.

4. Turn to the Control tab and choose “Overwrite Generator.” Open a generator port and click the “Start” button.
5. Sleep between the Transmitter and Receiver while the programs are running.

You do not have to live with pain. You deserve a free and painless life. Get your Spooky2 Scalar now and set them up. Time to let go of your trigeminal neuralgia.

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